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How Not To Communicate Grievances With WordPress: To keep WordPress working as well as it does, it is important to talk openly about any problems you have with the CMS or the community. However, there is a right and wrong way to bring these issues up.

Keeping Sight Of The Problem: Improving WordPress One Solution At A Time: Like anything, WordPress can be overwhelming. Here are some tips on how to break a big problem into smaller ones.

You Can Now License Your WordPress Plugin/Theme In Creative Commons: Finally after months, Creative Commons is compatible with GPLv3. This will make finding images easier.

How Non-Developers Can Contribute To And Influence WordPress Core Development: Just because you aren’t a developer and doesn’t mean you can’t contribute. Here are some tips and tricks to begin contributing.

How WordPress Is Contributing To The eCommerce Industry: WordPress is making it easier to buy and sell things online.

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Emily Schiola

Emily Schiola is an editorial assistant at Torque. She loves good beer, bad movies, and cats.

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